Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice

Government homelessness plan doomed to fail

October 17, 2017

The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice says that the government’s action plan for housing and homelessness is incapable of meeting the challenge of Ireland’s housing crisis

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Climate change is a justice issue

September 27, 2017

The JCFJ have put their focus on justice for the poor in their submission to Citizens' Assembly which convenes in Dublin this weekend to discuss climate change

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Special Olympics – a different way to win

May 5, 2017

Fundraising for the Special Olympics is in full swing this week and JCJF social justice theologian Kevin Hargaden says it's an antidote to the capitalist mentality

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You can ‘beat the real thing’

April 10, 2017

KEVIN HARGADEN: : A close look at the recent controversial cola ad featuring Kendall Jenner show us just how capitalism works cleverly to make us buy more.

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JCFJ address Oireachtas Justice Committee

April 5, 2017

Irish prisoners are locked up for on average 17 hours a per day and their routine hasn't changed in 3o years, Eoin Carroll tells Justice Committee

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The liberating force of theology

April 4, 2017

Kevin Hargaden has taken up the position of Social Theology Officer for the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice

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Towards a zero-waste lifestyle

March 15, 2017

Environmental justice officer Catherine Devitt reports on the importance of pursuing a zero-waste lifestyle

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Hopeful sign for climate action

January 27, 2017

The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice has welcomed the government's commitment to phase out fossil fuels through legislation

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Release prisoners: Fantasy or opportunity?

December 2, 2016

EOIN CARROLL :: Pope Francis is saying to the world, 'let people out of prison'. Is this fantasy or opportunity?

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Jesuit Centre: Ireland’s climate targets too lenient

August 3, 2016

Catherine Devitt, JCFJ Environmental Officer, says the Government's negotiations for lax climate targets amounts to a missed opportunity for real environmental progress.

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